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Saudi football clubs warn that a Labor Ministry-imposed quota system will disadvantage clubs by preventing them from hiring foreign talent
FOOTBALL & POLITICS - Saudi football clubs warn that a Labor Ministry-imposed quota system for Saudi nationals will disadvantage clubs by preventing them from hiring foreign talent
FOOTBALL & POLITICS - FIFA’s talks with Qatar Airways to replace its Dubai rival Emirates as a sponsor is escalating hostility between Qatar and the United Arab Emirates as a result of their divergent attitudes in political Islam
FOOTBALL & POLITICS - Qatar prepares to deport workers who engaged in labor action for better rights, leading many to question its commitment to improving conditions
Turkish Spor Toto Super League leader Fenerbahçe is set to defend its league lead at home on Nov. 8 against Black Sea underdogs Çaykur Rizespor, but a pileup of injuries threatens to make their task more difficult.
FOOTBALL & POLITICS - The outcome of the debate about the invitation extended to Jordan and Morocco to attend the Gulf Cup will serve as one more indicator of the balance of power among the Gulf states
When Ramazan Kızıl established Dalkurd FF, one of Europe’s most successful immigrant football teams, in a remote town in northern Sweden, he dreamt of one day raising the Swedish and Kurdish flags alongside one another in a European championship.
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